How do I set my Microsoft Exchange Server box so the outside world sees my public IP address and domain name, but...
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not my internal data?
Exchange Server does not have any native tools to rewrite SMTP headers. You may have to look into third-party tools like MailSweeper that do this, or code something yourself to run on your SMTP gateway.
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